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Children, adults, and culinary professionals, and in individual or team
categories are invited to create sculptures using Placer County agriculture.
It began as a part of the local Mountain Mandarin Festival, and was so
popular - it became its own festival last year. This year's festival was
last weekend - and was highly popular with both the participating artists
and the festival-goers. It's amazing what someone can do with an eggplant,
a cucumber and some parsley!
If interested, please contact the ACPC at (530) 885-5670.
>I'm doing research on the relations between food and art. Has anyone got
>any thoughts on this subject?
>- artists using food as an art medium
>- artistic cooking (culinary art)
>- how has our relationship to food changed over the centuries
> Could we possibly get a discussion going?
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